Nissan Electrical Alert Issues

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Nissan Electrical Alert Issues
Nissan vehicles have a range of electrical issues that resulted in recalls. (Nissan 300zx interior image by MichMac from Fotolia.com)

Nissan issues global recalls if there are dangerous electrical or other malfunctions in its cars. Concerned Nissan owners can browse the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website for specific information about any Nissan model, or check the Auto Recalls for Consumers website for consumer complaints about Nissan cars. If your Nissan is experiencing electrical issues, contact a Nissan dealer to find out if your car is under recall or eligible for service or repair at no charge.

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2011 Nissan Sentra

Nissan is recalling about 13,737 Sentra models manufactured from May 2010 through July 2010 for battery cable irregularities. Owners may have issues starting their cars which can cause damage to the engine control module. The engine may stop running if the car is moving at a slow speed, increasing the possibility of crashing.

December 2010 Nissan Electrical Issue Recalls

In December 2010, Nissan put out an alert to recall 2.14 million vehicles because of electrical problems that cause the engine to stall. The vehicles include the Nissan Armada, Titan and Frontier pickup trucks, Nissan Pathfinder and Xterra SUV's and the Infiniti QX56. A list of all of the recalled pickup trucks and SUV's is on the MotorTrend website, the Nissan website and the Auto Recalls For Consumers website.

Nissan Versa

The 2007 and 2009 Nissan Versa have multiple electrical issues. The 2007 Versa has problems with the Intelligent Key locking and unlocking the car. Also, the wiring in the engine system causes the engine to shut down or catch fire. The 2009 Versa recall estimates that 7,948 vehicles have electrical issues with the navigational system. The batteries in the Garmin GPS units overheat and cause a fire.

2008 Electrical and Air Conditioning Issues

The 2008 Nissan Rogue, Pathfinder and 350Z have air conditioning that will stop working, or warm air will come through the vents, even after all fuses and sensors have checked out. Car owners have also complained the windows will stay down or not go down at all. Nissan reported that the window motor on these vehicles is faulty.

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